Sunday, January 21, 2007

Hugo - A Model Statesman

You know why the left hates George Bush? Because he's such a terrible statesman. He offends leaders of other countries and their people with his reckless and offensive comments. He should learn to communicate his feelings with eloquence that embraces other nations' peoples, and doesn't alienate them.

Hugo Chavez, on the other hand, is one of the left's favorite leaders, for the exact opposite reason. George Bush should take a lesson from him. How should you address the leader of another nation? Simple, refer to them as the Devil in front of a UN General Assembly. And a new lesson from Hugo. How should someone embrace the peoples of other nations? Simple: Call them a racial slur and tell them to "go to Hell."

President Hugo Chavez returned to his weekly radio and TV broadcast Sunday, extolling the ideals of socialist thinker Karl Marx and telling U.S. officials to "Go to hell!" for what he called unacceptable meddling in Venezuela's affairs.

Chavez defended his government's effort to establish a socialist model and rejected U.S. concerns over a measure to grant him broad lawmaking powers, saying: "Go to hell, gringos! Go home!"

Wow. What would the left say if GW told Venezuelans in America: "Go to hell, wet backs! Go home"? Mull that one over for a while you hypocrite liberals.